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captions by: caption colorado, llc (800) 775-7838 e- mail: >>> deadly weather. maryland's extreme heat claims four victims as temperatures soar into record territory. >>> good evening. thanks for joining us. i'm adam may. much of maryland spent the day under an excessive heat warning, and it's not going to be better tomorrow. people ventured outside after the temperatures dropped a little bit. a lot of people went outside grabbing ice cream to stay cool. it is still hot and very humid. conditions are expect heed to continue through the weekend. suzanne collins has the latest on a young man who died in the intense heat. first, a look at the record breaking temperatures today. >> we do still have a heat advisory in effect for a lot of the region. that continues until 8:00 tomorrow evening. we have lost the excessive heat warning but it is still hot. we topped out today 100 degrees. we started out the day at a very warm 82, and it is still 90 degrees outside. when you factor in the humidity it feels like 97. it's still feeling like 102 in d.c. we want to show you just off
across maryland. >>> we have exclusive video, good evening, i'm adam may and we're following a developing story in a deadly police involved accident and first, the severe weather that caused damage and power outages across the state. take a look at the pictures sent in from a viewer. these are the anne arundel county fairgrounds. the witnesses said that the storms collapsed tents an medics are treating several for injuries. 're live with -- we're live and derek valcourt has more and first, we'll go to bernadette woods for the live doppler radar. >> the storms were quick movers and they had a lot of wind and you'll see mainly the wind damage. we'll show you the doppler radar. we have thunderstorms hanging on and this is what it looks like when it came through earlier. we have a tornado in effect and we have seen the wind damages from montgomery and aa county and baltimore and baltimore city. harford and bel air. numerous trees are down and power outages. we have a severe thunderstorm watch for the southern parts of the eastern shore until 8:00 tonight. most of the thunderstorms starting to
, over somerset county in south maryland, and worcester county and northeastern acombic county in eastern virginia. and then we have watches in effect for the tidal potomac and the maryland portion of the chesapeake bay. there we've had strong storms moving through across the area. but this also includes counties such as the maryland counties such as anne arundel, dorchester, howard, kent, prince george's, queen anne, somerset, all of those under a severe thunderstorm watch. so we've had a lot of damage. we talked about the peak wind gusts, up to 70 mile-per-hour winds today. things are finally calming down and by tonight we'll see some partly cloudy skies as the storms and our overnight low being around 72 degrees and we'll have more updates on the reports of the damage that happened later on and take a look at our forecast as we head into a brand new week where things will be calmer as well as a lot cooler. back to you. >>> take a look at this. this is in beltsville. a woman died inside a van when a tree came down right on top of it there in the middle of the street. she died, her daugh
in virginia. quite a bit of damage in montgomery county, maryland. quite a bit of trees down. that's loudon county. numerous trees down. a 61-miles-per-hour measured wind gust. multiple trees down. there you can see the last of the thunderstorms now rolling across st. marys county. they are not severe. cooler lower humidity on the way. details forecast coming up. >> thanks, buddy. damage reports continue to pour into the newsroom. many from montgomery county where dozens of trees came down. one of the trees landed on a house. darcy spencer is live with that story. darcy? >> reporter: we were out driving in the truck during the storm this afternoon. it was very frightening. we were on river road heading out of the district. like anything struck one of the traps formers. there was a loud explosion. parts of river road were closed. there was a tree down on the road. people were driving on the wrong side of the road. it was scary for anyone out in this. this is what a lot of people are seeing in their neighborhoods. you can see a tree is blocking this road. people cannot come in. people cannot
shanahan had a party in maryland. chris, what are you up to these days. >> i've been here talking with the red skins this whole offseason. they treated me like family and i've been there 10 years, coach shanahan, he basically welcomed me in right away and they've been teaching me the game of football from the coach's standpoint. i'm definitely enjoying that, being around the guys still. >> this may be the last time red skins coaches and players will be together in a light hearted capacity. the team begins training camp july 29th at 4 p.m. the first preseason game is friday, august 13th against the buffalo bills. mike shanahan says he's looking forward to camp. >> we're excited. we needed these ota days to get people used to our system from offense, defense and special teams, and our guys have done a great job in the offseason program, in great shape and will get a chance to show shortly what we can do. >> the tour de france concludes tomorrow. stage 19 not so well for this guy, johan from belgium, ouch. 23rd overall after today's stage. the lead has been extended over 39 seconds,
marylanders are beating the heat as code red threat remains in effect. >> work resumes at the gulf well oil site thanks to an unexpected boost from mother nature. >> ow torrential rains and flooding -- how torrential rain and floodsing have stopped travel plans. >> "11 news saturday morning" starts now. -- "11 news sunday morning" starts now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm sarah caldwell. we continue to have a code red heat alert. is it ever going to end? >> i know, we hit 101 yesterday. today we're only going to be in the 90's. it will get much better tomorrow. the average high temperature is 88. that's what we normally see at 3:00 in the afternoon. it is 86. forecast for today, very hot, still humid, but a chance for thunderstorms late in the afternoon, and those storms will signal a change for us. high temperatures in the mid to upper 90's. we'll look at the seven-day forecast coming up. for now, to the news desk. >> stephanie rawlings-blake has decided to extend city pool hours to help people
>> more rain after yesterday's record breaking temperatures, maryland braces for another day of heat. taking another look outside where it is already heating up. how high will it go? meteorologist tim williams has the answer in our first warning weather forecast. >> missing in afghanistan, the search for two u.s. soldiers intensifies. and slots debate. governor o'malley and former governor ehrlich weigh in on the future of slots in the state. and... >> the seventh annual family day is going on here at the druitt hills park basketball courts. we'll tell you all about the day's events. eyewitness news is seconds away. >>> good morning and welcome to eyewitness news this sunday. i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm tim williams. it 18:00. it is 85 degrees and it is already starting to warm up outside. good morning to you. >> already. >> already. how did you brave yesterday? >> i could not escape it. >> no, you couldn't. >> you tried to run from it. it caught you. >> yes had a false sense of security because you went into a supermarket or something. when you came out, reality hit quickly. ye
, most ever by a maryland football team. 0-9 was painful. a loss to middleton state. no wonder why maryland would like to forget it, but no, reporters won't let them do that. last season, nightmare was the game of the choice. smith all speaking for the turfs. smith says the only thing he is thinking about is maybe. >> as far as last season, i wouldn't say we forgot about it. it is on our mind. at the same time, we're just focused on maybe. just taking one game at a time and that is exactly what we're going to do. you know, the equipmenting management -- the equipment management, everyone. we're focused on everyone right now. >> we're bringing in the big guns. brian mitchell, b. mitch will join us. and you can bet that they will not hold back. you can check that out at 11:35. up the road a little bit, the baltimore ravens will not be on camp. suffering a head injury, sergio has been hospitalized with what has been believed to have fallen down two flights of stairs. the good news, he is in stable condition. >>> nascar at indy motor speedway for the 400, not wasting any time to rub. f
from pg county. suitland, maryland. columbia is pretty nice. it is quiet. yeah. best food in maryland. >> reporter: columbia with the modern conveniences is only half the attraction. ellicott city steeped in civil war history is the other part. making it not only a great place to live but a destination to visit. ellicott city is loaded with shops and antique stores and restaurants. plenty of restaurants. and there's a lot here to do if you are a child, if you are an adult, or if you are an adult with kids. >> look around you. it is beautiful here. you have so much history. and people are super warm and friendly. for someone like me who has children, it is a great place to raise your kids. >> reporter: the area has a low unemployment rate. a diverse population and residents who clearly like where they live. in columbia, ellicott city, chris gordon, news4. >> now howard county executive ken says he e-mailed the mayor of eden prairie, minnesota to congratulate him on coming in number one. he says he's never heard of eden prairie but he may plan to visit to see how it managed to finish ah
with fun in the sun in maryland this weekend, but they will be dealing with major heat along with humidity. it is already quite warm outside. will we see more dangerous temperatures today? good morning gwen. it's going to be another day melanie where the challenge will be to try to stay cool. let's take a look at what we did temperature wise yesterday. we broke record at all three airports. 101 at national and airport, 99 at dulles. these records setback from 23 years ago in 1987. right now at national airport, 79 degrees. humidity is up at 74%. so it's another day we'll have to deal with that. a very light northerly wind, that will soon change and some neighborhood temperatures ranging into the upper to mid-80s in some areas even. and we're going to continue to see that as the day and the morning does continue to wear on. and we d have a chance of storms this afternoon. we're keeping a close eye on a frontal system headed our way. our high today is 98 degrees. a heat advisory in effect until 8:00 tonight. i'll have more details later. >>> thank you. a lot of people are staying indoors to
getting hammered. we had a tornado warning earlier this afternoon for rockville, maryland. that has expired. but these storms are now working their way across the chesapeak i wouldn't be surprised if we get more warnings issued with these storms as we advance through the rest of the evening hours. here's what's happening in terms of the heat. we still have the heat advisories for much of the east, the south, stretching into alabama, into georgia. where it feels like it's 110 degrees even. and there are a lot of places yesterday that actually soared to record highs. and you can see it here. richmond, virginia, for example, what a hot summer it's been for you, up to 105 degrees yesterday. so some really hot numbers there. baltimore, up to 100, raleigh up to 100 as well. and in new york's central park. 97 degrees, it's been a stretch a long stretch of hot weather and the storms have only been providing some relief, really. because it tends to get hot once again. i can tell you that tomorrow you'll get an improvement and you'll see a reduction in humidity but it won't be a dramatic chan
will be maryland's first lady. if you of a question, email your questions to wbaltv.com. don't go away. we will be back with more news in a moment. here is nbc's david gregory. >> coming up, the obama administration calls it recovery summer, but where are the jobs? are we facing a double dip recession? joining me is the treasury secretary. the rush to judgment -- what does shirley sherrod's firing tell us about race and the media. we will have a panel to weigh in on our >> now, your 11 insta-weather- plus forecast. >> welcome back. all is quiet, but hot and uncomfortable. 88 degrees at the airport. it is a 90 degrees downtown. the dewpoint is in the upper 60's. the humidity is at 57%. we expect the key index to be around 105 later on today. relief is in sight. let's look back at what we did yesterday. we had 101 degrees, that broke the old record of 97. today, probably not. the welker high is a 99, set back in 1934 -- a record high is 99 set back in 1934. with a cold front approaching and increasing cloud cover, we may not get there. the cold front is coming across ohio. a less humid air m
of a maryland complex. the air-conditioning is off in a number of units and others have been condemned because of utility problems. some residents fear the heat many affect their health. as scott broom reports, the residents are on their own for a solution. >> reporter: the pine wood place apartments. jim harley figures, this is a health-threatening situation. >> i'm 58 years old. i'm asthmatic. i worry about my asthma and i have high blood pressure, too. >> reporter: the problem is the aging a.c. unit with dripping pipes and exposed wiring, it simply blows hot air. he says apartment management has been unresponsive, and now the situation is serious. >> my a.c. has been broken almost all summer. >> reporter: everywhere i looked today around this complex, there were problems. i found at least four units condemned by county health officials thursday because of a water pipe burst, shutting down air-conditioning, residents said. they considered themselves the lucky ones, because the condemnation forced management to move them to other units. left behind? more air-conditioning units like this one i
.c., maryland, issues all our jurisdictions around here. first up in the district, let's talk a little politics, folks. the chairman of the board of elections resigned last week. we have a big primary coming up september 14th. how is that going to be affected by this? >> you know, it seems like a nitpicky story but it is significant. if there was a challenge to election results, who would resolve it? the district may not be able to certify who is elected. this board has done a lot of voter registration levels. people need to make sure their names weren't purged erroneously. they will have where you can register and vote the same day. you can vote out of precinct. there are all these big changes. it's a lot for one agency. there's a question about whether or not they'll be able to do their job without a chairman or a board with a quorum. now, politically, this is a fight. the mayor will be able to appoint somebody out of emergency. >> interesting timeng. >> right. >> so the council is saying we have some names that we could present and we'll come back into session just for this one issue because
was found unconscious on a maryland bike path after going into cardiac arrest, falling, hitting his head on a tree. >> when we're dealing with weather this darn hot, you have to make sure you don't have a heat-related illness out exercising, on bicycles and walking dogs. >> reporter: a few hundred howard university students were forced out into the heat when they were evacuated from their dorms for a bomb threat. >> it was a bad timing. i had all my gaiterade and water in my fridge in my dorm room. >> reporter: if you were outside, there was no escaping the heat and humidity that engulfed you. if you came to town to tour, you had to say just forge ahead. >> the monument is too beautiful to let the weather get in the way. >> reporter: some locals persisted in their exercise routine. >> i was tough, marine infantry, so that means i was trained in the desert and desert warfare and that kind of thing. just stay hydrated. >> reporter: you can drink water or wear it, and others went wading, wedding dress and all. >> i knew dc in july was not going to be cool by any means, but we weren't expect
was found lying unconscious on a maryland bike path around 11:30 this morning. officials say he went into cardiac arrest and hit his head on a tree as he fell. emergency officials say it's important to recognize signs of heat-related illnesses when we're stuck in the middle of this kind of heat wave. heat stroke symptoms can include dry red skin, convulsions, delerium. it can come on quickly. one minute you're fine and the next very ill. >> maintain your hydration, and if you don't feel well, it could be a heat-related issue so get into a cool area and make certain you have plenty of water. >> reporter: again, the other thing you need to know is that a milder form of heat stroke is what they call heat exhaustion. those symptoms include extreme weakness, muscle cramps, headaches, and lots of times, victims will throw up or faint. once again, the solution, drink a lot of water and stay in a cool area. back to you guys. >> jen, thank you for that. of course we want to give you a few more tips on how to keep cool. they sound familiar but they can save lives. try to stay in the air condit
. -- on the boardwalk, it is 83. 87 at edgewood. chester town is 96. it feels like the 70's in western maryland because there is less humidity. here are those storms. these clouds were all up in new york state and back toward wisconsin yesterday and the day before. now, they have slipped further to the south. later tonight, we might pick up a quick shower or thundershower. it will be isolated. tomorrow, the actual front comes through and will push this out of the picture. by monday, we will be in this less unit and slightly cooler air. i cannot wait. a slight risk of a thunderstorm north of us tonight. 77 to 81 is the overnight low tonight. we still have a heat advisory in our area. the excessive heat warning will be confined to the philadelphia area. west to northwest winds at 10 to 15 m.p.h.. as we take a look at the instaweather plus seven day forecast, it will be less humid and a little cooler. 91 and 89 respectively monday and tuesday. more storms on wednesday and thursday with higher humidity and then a regular july whether into the weekend. >> john, we are trying to figure out what to berkshire
in western maryland. here is the storm track. cooler air behind this. here is the front helping to generate the storm activity. much more comfortable air because the temperatures will move down a bit. these readings are in the 70's. that is not relatively cool, but compared to 100 is great. and the thunderstorm activity in the area will be gone mostly by money -- mostly by midnight. a 60-75 for the overnight range. tomorrow, much more difficult temperatures. upper 80's to around 90 is normal. we will see a lot of sunshine. the futurecast, there goes the rain. if you watched the time line on the futurecast, everything is clear. tuesday there'll be some rain in the mountains and to the southwest, but it looks like it's days away even into wednesday. by midweek we do get a chance for rain. 89-92 with temperatures climbing a little bit. the humidity will not be out of control. temperatures will drop back into the 80's. next week will be much more comfortable. >> that is good. >> good to see a. >> next week, training camp for the ravens start next week. the ravens top pick it remains in a texas
. maryland lawmakers are trying to block the move. they call the ship an icon and the baltimore port. employes 18 civilians and 60 full time able personnel. >>> coming up, parenthood is not for everyone. 7 on your side with why more women are saying no to having kids. and part >>> a new study finds more and more women are deciding not to become mothers. a recent report from the pure research center look at women between 40-44. women without children rose from 10% in 1976 to 18% in 2008. alison starling looks at some of the reasons why. >> charlie, johnny, and jenny called them aunt and uncle, but terry and jeannette consider themselves the grandparents. mother is not their daughter but a friend of the family and employee. fitzsimmons has spent years developing her interior design and home furnishing business, part of the reason she says she has never had children are grown. >> it never seemed the right time to have children. the career was growing, doing really well. we put it on the back burner. before we know it, i feel like we are too old now. >> at 55 years old, she is among the
happened in maryland, where paramedics say the heat likely played a role in the death of a 20-year-old man who was biking and had a heart attack. >> this is shaping up to be the warmest july on record, and we've had the jet stream well to the north and that has been reinforcing the warm air. >> reporter: in the nation's capital, more scorching temperatures, that tourists from oregon were not accustomed to. >> not this hot and not this much humidity. >> reporter: back in new york, blistering temperatures seemed appropriate for a sand sculpting contest at coney island but the most some can do is wait it out and take advantage of anything that's cool. for "today" rehema ellis, nbc news, new york. >> now here's jenna. >> thanks. >>> since the gulf dodged a bullet as bonnie faded away, the scramble to make up lost time is on. ships are getting back into place this morning as crews continue to work on plugging the gusher before another big storm stops work again. this as british newspapers are reporting this morning that bp's embattled ceo, tony hayward might be stepping down. nbc's charles hadl
maryland, up in the mountains of west virginia might get a sprinkle. in washington i don't think we have a chance of a rain drop during the overnight hours. that will change during the day as this weather front starts to slide in our direction. plenty of heat and humidity in the atmosphere, plenty of abundant energy for the thunderstorms to get going and stay going. we will be under the gun for severe weather. high pressure builds in and takes the edge off the high heat. >> a few clouds over night, steamy, sticky and stuffy. highs 95 to 100. beach goers, thunderstorms follow you to the ocean. better beach weather monday. there is our extended forecast. 99 tomorrow. one shy of a record. 92 monday. only 90 chilly degrees on tuesday. a few passing showers on wednesday and thursday. highs look to be trending downward. tomorrow is the last of the killer heat days out there. >> can't come fast enough. >>> when we come back, we take you behind enemy lines. the cowboys open up their training camp. >>> at 6:00 i asked you during one of your stories why the nats would call it the guy who has strug
detrick in maryland where cancer-causing waste was buried in landfills. >> these chemicals were bury in the 50s and 60s and did leach into ground water and they have migrated downstream and have gone off post. >> reporter: the environmental coordinator at fort detrick said the problem was discovered in 1992 and the largest portion of contamination came from this land phil known as b-11. >> we moved 3500 tons of contaminated material. >> reporter: now all six land phills in area b have been tapped. this is the liner part of the cap, they put it down to act as an umbrella so if it rains it doesn't get into the ground and spread into the ground water. >> i'm glad they're finally doing something. but they're 20 years late. >> reporter: randy white lost his daughter to brain cancer. >> she died in my arms. >> reporter: his other daughter battled tumors and his ex-wife has terminal cancer. >> the problem is not just the ground water, but we're dealing with the chemical agent orange. >> reporter: white wants answers from fort detrick. this group said they are trying their best to uncover ev
. >>> maryland teachers will no longer get a sneak peek at standardized tests. they were about to see the tests about a week before the gave them to the students, but no longer. the policy was changed because they're concerned about cheating, even though it has not been a problem. the district and virginia also printed teachers from st. the standardized tests ahead of time. it also prevent teachers from seeing the standardized tests ahead of time. >>> two troops missing in afghanistan. an air show training exercise ends in a fiery crash, caught on tape. a stampede at a concert turns deadly. >>> at least 17 people died, 80 were injured at a stampede at a music festival in germany. there were questions out of a tunnel at the love parade festival. the panic started when the police tried to stop thousands of people from entering the parade grounds that were already packed with hundreds of thousands of others. emergency workers had trouble getting to the victims because of the crowd. initially, the concert continued with partygoers on aware of the deadly panic. >>> a massive manhunt in eastern afgha
in maryland. the united states supreme court has stated repeatedly that immigrants are allowed to vote, immigration status is not a bar to exercise their right to vote, and under our state constitution, it explicitly authorizes charter cities such as san francisco to provide for the manner of electing a school board members. colleagues, i ask for your support for this item that came out of rules committee unanimously and has the support of eight of us. i want to mention one thing that has changed since the meeting. initially, and the comptroller's office had to assess the cost to the city being about $780,000. it turned out that those cost estimates were inaccurate, based on estimates from six years ago. recently, they issued a new letter that stated that the cost for allowing immigrant parents to vote in elections would range from anywhere from 106,000 to $150,000. i ask for your support to ensure that all immigrant parents have a voice and that all students are part of what we're trying to achieve here in san francisco. >> bottom 24. supervisor campos: aye. president chiu: aye. super
was one of the first. a waiting list grew from minnesota to maryland. lisa drove four hours for the gentle giant who was downsized out of his apartment. bennie will now have acres to explore. >> we are very excited to take him on and give him a life, a care-free life. he'll be happy. >> reporter: there is a lot more wagging around here. no longer homeless, voiceless victims, but treasured friends one more time. michelle kosinski, nbc news. violet, louisiana. >> nice job, everybody. love a happy ending. that's "nbc nightly news" for this saturday. i'm lester holt from new york. see you tomorrow morning on "today" and back tomorrow evening. "today" and back tomorrow evening. good night. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good evening. i'm diane dwyer. cities across the bay area are trying to balance budgets a
caused the death of one man in prince georges county, maryland, today. paramedics found the young man unconscious on a bike path. cause of death officially not established but they believe it was heat related. >> glor: tony guida in central park tonight, tony, thank you. the chicago area is dealing with extreme heat and severe flooding. more than seven inches of rain fell in some parts yesterday and overnight leaving residential neighborhoods underwater. heavy rain in eastern iowa has caused a dam to burst today. a swollen lake cut a hole 30 feet wide in the dam. hundreds of homes have been evacuated. overseas tonight, two u.s. service members are missing in afghanistan and may have been captured by the taliban. our terry mccarthy is embedded with u.s. troops in helmand province, he joins us tonight. terry, this story, highly unusual. what do we know right now? >> reporter: jeff, this is a very bizarre story. apparently the two u.s. service members were c.v.s returning from a training mission about five miles south of kabul and appeared to be kidnap bide the taliban somewhere on thei
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in maryland, she said this is a mess out here. it is just even worse than we could have imagined. it was. a wild frontier sort of area and they were used to a more sedate life back in the east. these are young women, mother baptist russell was 24 years old when she came out to establish mercy work here in san francisco. they did a tremendous work. >> follow up on sisters and other people in history in just a moment. mosaic, we will take a break and be back in a moment >>> welcome back to mosaic. we are talking this morning with dr. jeff burns historian and archivist for arch die cease of san francisco and a deacon in the church, doctor, deacon, jeff, welcome back to the program. we were talking before about the people who played sterling roles in the development of the catholic church in san francisco and really by that i mean the archdiocese of san francisco for so many years encompassed of north earn california. the reardon who succeeded archbishop allemany what was his role. >>> he built st. patricks seminary which opened 1898. he tried to open a seminary because he wanted a native cl
to 90 now. culpepper, virginia, leonardtown, maryland, naval air station, already in the 90s. heat index values at 9:17 in the morning. it already feels like it's in the mid-90s in nearly every spot around the area. but thunderstorms in pennsylvania late last night fell apart as they approached the mason-dixon line. these are rolling into central and southern ohio. these are going to hold together. flood watches up for central and central west virginia. those thunderstorms are associated with a weather front which is coming here later on this afternoon. this will be the end of our stretch of triple digit heat indexes. temperatures will be a little cooler tomorrow. dewpoints will stay a little on the high side. standard issue july weather, not the exceptional heat. that we'll be able to deal with. heat indexes between 105 and 110 degrees. so limit your outdoor activities as you can. that front will be arriving here by mid to late afternoon. out ahead of the front we may spark strong to severe thunderstorms. keep a weather eye to the sky. a lot of people will be in or around the water toda
of heat-related deaths reported. in maryland, a 20-year-old man went into cardiac arrest while biking in 100-degree heat. with temperatures in the triple digits, the u.s. is baking. >> man, it is hot in washington, d.c. the records are being set. a heat index of 109 degrees. for the tourists, water, ice cream, maybe a little bit of shade to try and stay cool. this is not over any time soon. >>> here in raleigh, we have reports of fainting at the state's farmer's market. and if you think we're used to it here in the south, mete meteorologists say, this is rare. we had one heat index today, 117 degrees. >> reporter: why so hot? compounding the high temperatures are abnormally high humidities. we're on track to have record temperatures. >> ice cold, ice cold! >> nothing like good, cold water on a nice hot day. the only problem is when you run out. >> and the folks living in the states that have hat advisories need cold water. 11 states from georgia on up the coast. the temperatures do dissipate just a spell. it will feel still a bit steamy. we look at the temperatures. cincinnati, 91 tod
-related deaths have been reported this summer. the latest, a 20-year-old maryland man who went into cardiac arrest while cycling today. noaa cited last month as the hottest june ever reported worldwide and with july continuing the trend, the agency predicts this will be the hottest summer, the hottest year even. >> not just new york city, it's global and not just the atmosphere, the atmosphere and ocean, as well. >> reporter: moscow is enduring a month-long heat wave that has residents seeking relief in the fountains of red square. in the typically mild uk, an ice cream truck is supplying canines with cold treats. dog days of summer, indeed. sunday into monday will bring some relief in the northeast with temperatures remaining in the mid-90s but much less humidity. still, sharyn, this is not likely to be the last heat wave we see during this seemingly endless summer. >> all right, stephanie sy, thank you. >>> as we said, the weather in the gulf is much better than forecast. a rare bit of good news in the battle to seal the crippled well, tropical storm bonnie was a bust, and so tonight ship
, warmest locations, maryland barely making it up to the 83 mark. heather and mike tomorrow afternoon, look toward to east. you'll see those puffy clouds. >>> well, coming up next, one of the key pieces of the oakland as goes on the disabled list. >>> the giants third straight win was the only good thing that happened. pat buehrle burrell -- he was taken out on a stretcher, his ct scans were negative. buster posey with a solid single up the middle. two more hits for posey who has hit in 17 straight games. another impressive outing for bumgarner the hit that
. temperatures are trending down as we head to monday and tuesday. in fact, tuesday, warmest locations, maryland barely making it up to the 83 mark. heather and mike tomorrow afternoon, look toward to east. you'll see those puffy clouds. >>> well, coming up next, one of the key pieces of the oakland as goes on the disabled li >>> the giants third straight win was the only good thing that happened. pat buehrle burrell -- he was taken out on a stretcher, his ct scans were negative. buster posey with a solid single up the middle. two more hits for posey who has hit in 17 straight games. another impressive outing for bumgarner the hit that put it away came in the 7th. juan uribe puts it into the seats. his fourth career grand slam. the giants win their fourth straight road series for the first time since 2004. they took this one 10-46789 tim lincecum on the mound tomorrow as they end to road trip. the giants put jeremy after felt on the disabled list. the padres sauce the space cowboy himself throw out the first pitch. milledge doesn't get there. the press win 9-2. james willny sent everyone home. t
u.s. department of health and human services, rockville, maryland; ron tannenbaum, president and co-founder, intherooms.com, fort lauderdale, florida; dr. w. douglas evans, professor and director, public health communication and marketing program, george washington university, washington, dc; sandra de castro buffington, director, hollywood health & society, usc annenberg norman lear center, beverly hills, california. the media obviously influences how people create their opinions, particularly about addiction and treatment issues in behavior health. and doug, why don't we review what we mean about media today. some time ago, marshall mcluhan said that the medium is the message and that is more true today than ever. media have proliferated and they now permeate our society. we're surrounded by it constantly 24/7 and users increasingly are defining what the media are and what those media mean to the rest of us. and mark, why is it important for the media to really understand addiction, treatment, and behavioral health? i think as doug just said, it's 24/7, people rely on the media to
arrest in maryland has died. >>> let's go to the weather channel's jeff morrow. >> the heat continues, unfortunately, along much of the southeast coast. everywhere you're looking at the shading here, we're talking about heat advisories and heat warnings as well. excessive heat warnings in eastern north carolina out to the coast and also in southeast areas of pennsylvania near philadelphia. yesterday, norfolk hit an all-time record high. it's never been that hot beforement up around 106 degrees, just amazing stuff. the only thing that will break this heat is big thunderstorms. of course, over the last couple of days, we've been hearing about nasty thunderstorms with a massive flooding in iowa, around the chicagoland area. some of those storms will start to sag south. and i think anywhere from kentucky on over ow into the mid-atlantic, some of the heat may be broken by some of those storms. no such luck from southern virginia from the carolinas to southeast georgia. alex. >> thank you very much. jeff morrow. >>> two shocking headlines in british newspapers about the controversial releas
through. we're getting a lot of intensity with it particularly in delaware and maryland. we've had reports of wind damage as the storms continue to persist. and roll across the jersey shore. working their way towards coastal delaware and certainly through the hamptons and long island. now up towards boston. up in boston the weather is not as intense as it is further south. i think it's much worse in the mid-atlantic in terms of severity. so some severe thunderstorm watches are in effect through 7:00 tonight. they may get extended longer than that. that includes new york and more of the western areas into new jersey. philadelphia, through dover, delaware and washington, d.c. these orange boxes you see here right now are severe thunderstorm warnings. even if it's not a tornado warning, you could get a sudden gust of wind at 60 miles per hour or even greater. so that makes it very damaging as well. we're tracking this severe weather. we're also tracking other stories across the country. you saw the threat, the dwf wildfires, this is important to know. parts of nevada and california are under
in the vicinity of detrick, maryland. white says in the years past, area b was used as a biological and chemical testing area. he claims over the years, contaminants from the site have been causing a cancer cluster. >> i'm saying 100% that's causing the cancer, yes. yes, we've hired experts, we've got scientists, we have scientific proof. we have over 430 people in this area that now have cancer. >> at a recent town hall meeting organized by white, a couple hundred people shared their stories of having cancer or knowing sun with the disease who lived near area b. we shrifted the area and family after family told fox news they suspect their various cancers are coming from area b at fort dedric. >> do you have cancers in your family? >> yes we've had 12 of our immediate family that has died with a rare leukemia. >> the brothers and their children and then the grandchildren have all died with this very rare erythro leukemia which could possibly be environmental. >> cancer is the main cause of death in 87-year-old grace cole's family, recently claimed the life of a son and now is a threat to her oth
, a bicyclists that died in maryland from the sweltering heat. >> the heat continues along much of the southeast coast and the mid-atlantic as well. everywhere you're looking at this shading here, we're talking about heat advisories and heat warnings as well, excessive heat warnings in eastern carolina to the coast and south eastern portions of pennsylvania near philadelphia. norfolk hit an all-time record high. up around 106 degrees. amazing stuff. the only thing that will break the heat is big thunderstorms. over the last couple of days, we've been hearing about the nasty thunderstorms with the mastive flog in iowa, chicagoland area, some storms will start to sag south, and i think anywhere from kentucky on over to the mid-atlantic, some of the heat may be broken by storms, and no such luck from southern virginia down through the carolinas into southeast georgia. >> thank you for that jeff morrow. >>> after waiting for tropical storm bonnie to spluter, they are once again working on plugging the broken well in the gulf of mexico. and janet shuary sham -- janet i haddian joins us with more. >>
as a bicyclist went to cardiac arrest in maryland. more from jeff morrow. jeff? >> alex, the heat continues, unfortunately, along much of the southeast coast and the mid atlantic as well. everywhere you look at the shading here, we're talking about heat advisories and heat warnings as well. excessive heat warnings in carolina to the coast and to the areas of pennsylvania and philadelphia. yesterday, norfolk hit an all-time record high, never been that hot before, up around 106 degrees. just amazing stuff. the only thing that's going to break this heat are the big thunderstorms. of course, over the last couple of days, we've been hearing about the nalsty thunderstorms with the massive flooding in iowa in the chicagoland area. some of the storms will sag south. anywhere from kentucky to the mid atlantic, some of the heat may be broken by some of the storms. no such luck from southern virginia all the way down to the carolinas and southeast georgia. alex? >> thanks for that. president obama reaching out to the base amid growing criticism on the left. made a surprise appearance yesterday in the
. in maryland, a 20-year-old ma biking in 100-degree heat. with temperatures digits, the u.s. is baking. >> man, it is hot in washington, the records are being shattered falling as fast as the heat is rising. the temperatures are rising, very humid. a heat index of 109 degrees. so for the tourist, water, ice cream, maybe a little bit of shade to try and stay cool. and this isn't over any time soon. >> here in raleigh, north carolina, the heat has been so oppressive we've actually gotten reports of fainting here at the farmer's market. if you think they're used to it, meteorologists say this is rare. we even had one heat index today of 117 degrees. >> reporter: why so hot? compounding the high temperatures are abnormally high levels of humidity pushing heat indices in the 100s. according to noaa we are on track to have the hottest summer in record. >> ice cold. >> leaving residents scrambling to beat the heat. >> good cold water on a nice hot day. the only problem is when you run out. >> i'll tell you the folks living in those states that have heat advisories definitely need cold water. 11 state
% of the time. maryland, republican line. go ahead. caller: i think the perception that the supreme court is right- leaning is inconsistent, because it is really more of focus on our current government, which is so left-leaning. and i think part of what is amplifying everything is just the fact that you have so many attempts at changing the way that the country has been run, more of a socialist movement, that the stuff that is coming down from the courts does not necessarily along with the president. so there is the focus. and i have one other comment. i do not think the "the new york times" is a very valid newspaper organization, that you can even take their stories and believe that they are going to be balanced. host: off of twitter. "yes, the court is a very conservative and corporative, more business-minded and nothing for the people of the country." phoenix, arizona, independent one. good morning. caller: good morning. i would like to reiterate what the last caller said as far as "the new york times" putting this article out. isn't that a left-leaning publication as far as politics i
. our slogan this hour comes from chas in maryland, fox is the best and we all know why, we have aly, clayton and eric who doesn't need a tie. it's "fox & friends". >> did you message, did you mail chas? >> for the record. >> that's eric bolling, ladies and gentlemen, let's give him a round of applause, dave briggs is off at a wedding and i'm clayton morris and alisyn camerota. we have a lot of news. >> new information regarding the whereabouts of two missing u.s. navy service members in afghanistan and connor powell joins us live from kandahar, what is the latest, connor? >> well, good morning, the u.s. military says they have launched an extensive air and ground search for the two missing sailors. the sailors disappeared sometime friday afternoon after they were seen leaving their military base in kabul in an armored vehicle and they then later appeared to have been captured by taliban insurgents south of an area. details outside of that of sketchy ap the taliban claimed to have two in custody. there are reports that one of them is injured. maybe one of them is even, has been kille
, thomas cook, andrew schneider, maryland to >> -- marilyn, del loveless, jim offstra, and a labor reporter for bloomberg news. [applause] don blankenship is one of the country's most talked-about co's because of his extensive involvement in local and state politics. but in recent months, he has been at the center of news stories and congressional investigations related to a disaster at his company's other big french mine in moscow, was virginia -- montcoal, west virginia. before the mine explosion, he was the subject of a book, "cold river." as a child in deaf west virginia, he had no indoor plumbing. as a young man, you work in a coal mine to put himlf through college. he became an accountant and which is way up to head the country's fourthargest coal company. with current legislation making its way through congress and investigations continuing, mr. blankenship continue to be a figure in the news this year. he is here to discuss his views on the need for more surface mining. please welcome don blankenship. >> i want to thank everyone for being here. i want to give some protection -- pers
and have put them out. host: what is located in fort meade, maryland? guest: there is really this alternative geography. to get there, you need to look at this map that we have put together. in order to tell you how big it is, we tried to count the number of organizations that operate at the to secret level, the number of contractors that operate at a top-secret level. we do not go that specific, but then he looked around the country -- we looked around the country for the high concentrations around the country. this is where the concentration is the most tense. the reason is because the national security agency is there, the largest intelligence agency in the country. the concentration there is based on the needs of the nsa, so you have hundreds of contractors that have gathered around the national security agency to serve the agency. so between the agency, other secret government organizations in the area, contractors that have come to help the agency do what it does, the largest concentration in theountry. it is an interesting way to look at the country. we have sort of ca
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